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Thursday, January 23 • 8:00pm - 9:30pm
Atlantic City

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Atlantic City is a sketch comedy show performed monthly at the UCB Theater in Los Angeles. The show features performances from a core cast and a different group of special guests. The SF Sketchfest show will feature Nick Ciarelli, Brad Evans, Demi Adejuyigbe, Jamie Loftus, Atsuko Okatsuka, Natalies Palamides, Carl Tart, Drew Tarver, Lou Wilson and more!

Past guests include Kyle Mooney, The Birthday Boys, Paul F. Tompkins, Ego Nwodim, Mike O’Brien, Kate Berlant, Kevin Nealon, Ana Fabrega, Bowen Yang, Conner O’Malley, and more. ($20, All Ages)

Artists
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Atsuko Okatsuka

Atsuko Okatsuka was named a Comedian To Watch in Vulture's 2018 list & TimeOut LA's 2019 list. She's written for Adult Swim's "The Eric Andre Show" & "Soft Focus" with Jena Friedman and is the creator of the popular "Let's Go, Atsuko! A (woke) Japanese Game Show." TimeOut LA called... Read More →
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Brad Evans

Brad Evans is an LA-based comedian and writer who's written for "Billy on the Street," "Comedy Bang! Bang!," and on projects for Comedy Central, TBS, and Funny Or Die. Brad and his comedy partner Nick Ciarelli were recently included on Vulture's list of "20 Comedians You Should and... Read More →
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Carl Tart

Carl Tart was born in the great state of Mississippi and raised in the mean streets of West LA. He has been performing improv and sketch comedy for 9 years. He was a cast member of the 2013 CBS Diversity Sketch Showcase. Some TV credits include "Transparent," "Lethal Weapon," "Comedy... Read More →
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Demi Adejuyigbe

Demi Adejuyigbe is a comedian, writer, performer, and musically-inclined goofball (Pitchfork deemed him the “Weird Al” of his generation) who was first discovered on the internet and has gone on to write for shows such as NBC’s "The Good Place," Marvel’s "New Warriors," Cartoon... Read More →
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Drew Tarver

Drew Tarver stars as Cary Dubek in the Comedy Central scripted series, "The Other Two" from Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider. A native of Glennville, Georgia, he has been performing at UCB in LA since 2012. In 2014, Tarver was a stand-out in the CBS Diversity Showcase as an LGBT performer... Read More →
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Jamie Loftus

Jamie Loftus is a comedian and cartoonist living in Los Angeles if that's okay, but is from Boston originally, with your permission of course. She's written and performed on Comedy Central ("Irrational Fears"), Adult Swim ("Robot Chicken"), Super Deluxe ("Upgraded" and "Robot Takeover... Read More →
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Lou Wilson

Lou Wilson is a gentle man who lives in LA and has performed comedy from coast to coast. He currently performs with UCB Harold team "Yeti" and monthly sketch showcase "Atlantic City." Outside of UCB, you can see Lou in "Tween Fest," TBS' "The Guest Book," the  Netflix original series... Read More →
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Natalie Palamides

Natalie Palamides is a comedian based in Los Angeles, CA from Pittsburgh, PA. She's the voice of Buttercup on the reboot of the "PowerPuff Girls" on Cartoon Network. Catch her solo show "LAID," directed by Dr. Brown (Philip Burgers), at UCB before it hits the Edinburgh Fringe festival... Read More →
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Nick Ciarelli

Nick Ciarelli is a writer and comedian based in Los Angeles. He hosts and performs in the monthly character sketch show "Atlantic City" at UCB Franklin with his comedy partner Brad Evans. They're the creators of the Emmy-nominated streaming series "Tween Fest" on Facebook Watch. Vulture... Read More →


Thursday January 23, 2020 8:00pm - 9:30pm
PianoFight Mainstage 144 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

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